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  • Brooklyn Bridge Park

    Brooklyn Bridge Park

    1 Main St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    212-639-9675

    http://www.brooklynbridgepark.org In Brooklyn’s tiny DUMBO neighborhood is one of the city's most diverse (and smallest) parks, offering up programs of jazz, classical, and countless other events. And though there’s something for everyone--from Shakespeare to festivals of trumpet music to free movies to activities for children--the best part about this spot is the view. Lower Manhattan hardly looks as good except when you're sprawled out on a great lawn with a bottle of white wine at hand, fronted by the Metropolitan Opera or a great rock band. Hurricane Sandy couldn’t even squash the spirit here. The famous riverside carousel emerged from the flooded water unharmed. --Dale Eisinger More >>

  • Brooklyn Lyceum

    227 Fourth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-857-4816

    http://www.brooklynlyceum.com

  • Brooklyn Philharmonic

    189 Montague St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-488-5700

  • Brooklyn-Queens Conservatory of Music

    58 7th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-622-3300

    http://www.bqcm.org

  • Bruar Falls

    Bruar Falls

    245 Grand St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    347-529-6610

    http://www.bruarfalls.com They even allude to it on their Myspace page; the purveyors of Bruar Falls would like to be the BK equivalent of Cake Shop, the once-great LES hangout/bakery/record shop/basement performance space. Unfortunately, Bruar doesn't have cupcakes. But they do have a quality, scrappy DIY aesthetic and mostly free, or close to gratis, shows nightly. Eat it up. More >>

  • Bruno Walter Auditorium @ Lincoln Center

    40 Lincoln Center Plaza New York, NY 10023
    212-642-0142

  • Bushwick Starr

    Bushwick Starr

    207 Starr St. Brooklyn, NY 11237
    212-868-4444

    http://www.thebushwickstarr.org It's hard to even imagine a theater any more endemically Bushwick than the Bushwick Starr. The small but lively space feels more like a particularly enthusiastic community playhouse in some other, less theater-saturated part of the country. Which is not to say amatuer, quality and creativity abound in this not-for-profit producer of plays, dance, and puppetry. Even though it's located on quiet Starr Street, it is situated in the center of Bushwick's burgoening nightlife scene, and post-show tickets can be exchanged for freebes at nearby bars and restaurants. For those unfamiliar with the outer reaches of the L train, the nearby Jefferson stop can be a trek, but one well worth it to visit this borough mainstay. More >>

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